Does your child like to role-play? The good news is that there are a lot of opportunities for reading and writing practice through play – and here are examples and links to some (deceptive) templates to aid in the fun!
Considering creating personal alphabet books with your students? Here are some tips to help keep it manageable!
The letters that are most important to young learners, and a fun activity to do them #letters #teaching #alphabet #kindergarten #earlylearning
Beginning readers and writers often have a number of confusions to work out. One of the most fundamental and easily missed is knowing the difference between letters and words. Here are some tried and true strategies from the Reading Recovery world that work! #letters #words #earlylearning #teaching #readingrecovery
An explanation for parents about why kids bring home books they can already read and how to make the best of them! Link to free handout! #familiarreading #earlyliteracy #bts #tpt #kindergarten #primary #ThatFunReadingTeacher
The benefits of a personal alphabet book – lessons from my Reading Recovery days | That Fun Reading Teacher.com